How to style wet to dry pixie cut quickly

All Things Hair Team | 02 January 2019
How to style wet to dry pixie: Closeup shot of an Asian woman with styled pixie cut wearing a red blouse
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Make your short hair look chic and edgy in no time. Here’s how to style wet to dry pixie cut in just five minutes. 

Among the short haircuts, pixie cuts are the most low maintenance. Aside from regular trims, you do not need to do a lot to make it look great. Pixie cuts are already chic on their own. With our country’s humidity, though, even wash-and-wear types of haircuts fall prey to frizz and fly aways. Leave your house with damp hair, and by mid-day, you already have a festival of frizz on your head. Save your short hair from this mess. Here’s how to style wet to dry pixie cut.



Learn how to style wet to dry pixie cut in 6 easy steps



How to style wet to dry pixie: Asian woman with wet black pixie cut hair wearing a red blouse
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Wash your hair

A pixie cut may be easier to maintain than long hair, but this doesn’t mean that you should just let it go. Use Sunsilk Smooth and Manageable Shampoo and Sunsilk Smooth and Manageable Conditioner. These hair products will help make your pixie cut soft, easy to style, and fragrant.

 

 

How to style wet to dry pixie: Asian woman spraying heat protectant on her short black hair
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Hello heat protection

Spritz TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Flat Iron Smoothing Spray all over your pixie cut. The spray will act as a shield between your hair and your heated styling tools to prevent heat damage.

 

How to style wet to dry pixie: Asian woman blow drying and brushing her short black hair
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Dry your hair

Clip the topmost section of your pixie cut so you can focus on the inner ones. Then, brush the unclipped sections as you blow dry your hair so the heat gets distributed evenly. Continue drying and brushing until all parts of your hair are dry.

How to style wet to dry pixie cut: Closeup shot of an Asian woman ironing her short black hair
4

Style your hair

Part your hair on the side. Then, iron the tips of your hair inwards to create an inverted U-shape. Make sure that the front sections have well-defined, inverted U-shapes. Doing so will keep your pixie cut from looking flat and boring.

How to style wet to dry pixie: Asian woman spritzing hairspray on her short black hair
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Spray

Spritz TRESemmé Salon Finish Extra Hold Hairspray as a final touch to help make your hairstyle last long. You can also spritz hairspray on your fingers and apply the product on your hair.

How to style wet to dry pixie cut: Side view shot of an Asian woman with short black pixie cut wearing a red blouse in a park
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Go out

Now that your pixie cut has been styled, it’s time for you to head out the door and go about your day. You can style your hair like this for just about anything: when going to work, running some errands, or spending a Saturday afternoon shopping.

This ‘do can even fit dressy occasions like weddings, corporate events, or cocktail parties. It’s a hairstyle that’s both edgy and feminine. When you want to take a break from your long tresses, get a pixie cut and style it this way.

Get the products you need for this hairstyle by using the following links:
Sunsilk Smooth and Manageable Shampoo
Sunsilk Smooth and Manageable Conditioner
TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Flat Iron Smoothing Spray
TRESemmé Salon Finish Extra Hold Hairspray

Now that you know how to style wet to dry pixie cut, you can say goodbye to frizzy short hair. Get ready to look and feel fab as you face your day with a stylish ‘do.

Next read: There are several ways of jazzing up short hair, aside from simply blow drying or ironing it. Check out these different hairstyles for short hair so you won’t get stuck with a boring ‘do. 

 

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